Moments after stopping Aleksei Oleinik in the main event of Saturday’s fight card, Lewis started his cageside interview by declaring “I’ve gotta take a sh*t” before greeting the UFC commentator.
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The bleep folks eventually caught up to Lewis, but not before another highlight-reel interview for “Black Beast,” who etched a place in post-fight history when he told UFC commentator Joe Rogan “my balls was hot” after a win at UFC 229.
Felder quickly veered the topic back to the fight, which saw Lewis escape danger from the Russian submission artist, who tied him up in a head and arm choke late in the first round. A flying knee and right hand turned the tables for Lewis in the second, setting up a 21-second knockout. He picked up his 11th career knockout win and is just one fight away from tying ex-champ Vitor Belfort.
When it comes to cutting unlikely promos, however, Lewis might be the all-time champ.